New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/04/2014 -- Marko Stout premiered his art film, “Thinner Then Ice” at the Miami Art Basel on 12/06/13. The film successfully opened to a sold out gallery audience of art collectors, dealers, celebrities, film and art enthusiasts. Art Basel is the world's premier international art show for modern and contemporary works winter meeting place for the art world populaces.
“Thinner Then Ice” is a short art style film is by the famed artist Marko Stout. This video project was designed by Stout to create an ambiguous dream-like, other-worldly atmosphere full of symbolic Jungian archetypes. The film features Andrina Nowak, a disheartened Greenwich Village waitress and art student. Andrina inquisitorially gazes out on a rainy street as an eccentric group of city residents walk pass on the adjacent gloomy wet sidewalk. The odd real- life Fellinian characters include a bizarre street clown, a man walking a goat, an irrational Romanian, an Elmo Muppet-like suited gentleman and brief cameo appearance by the artist-director himself (Marko Stout).
Marko made an interesting choice to use the word "then" as opposed to "than" in the title, this was intentionally done to situate the action in time and not comparison focused. The film is a inexplicably impressionistic and occupied with highly symbolic content, offering the viewer a bizarre examination of our reality-show, celebrity obsessed, Warholian fifteen-minute fame infatuated culture.
Marko Stout is popular multimedia artist based out of New York City. His works can be viewed at numerous international exhibitions, galleries of fine art, private collections. Marko Stout solo galleries are located in NYC, Chicago, SOBE, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Madrid. In 2012 The New York Times listed the Marko Stout Gallery as one of the top 10 ''must see'' galleries in Chelsea. Marko Stout is a best known for his stimulating narratives of contemporary urban society.
Art Basel provides a platform for galleries, giving them access to an international audience of collectors, museum directors and curators. The shows attract people with an appreciation of modern and contemporary art who experience Art Basel as a cultural event.
This year’s celebrities in attandence at the Art Basel show included: Paris Hilton, Russell Simmons, Sean Combs, Elle Macpherson, Martha Stewart, Marty Taplin, Kayne West and Kim Kardashian, Kevin Spacey, Tracey Emin, Tommy Hilfiger, Alessandra Ambrosio, Gerard Butler, Adrian Grenier, Cindy Crawford, Pharrell Williams, Steven Tyler and daughter Liv, Marc Anthony and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Art Basel was founded in 1970 by Basel art dealers Trudi Bruckner, Balz Hilt and Ernst Beyeler. Art Basel stages art shows for contemporary works annually in Basel, South Beach Miami and Hong Kong. Art Basel in Miami Beach is an art show in the Americas and the winter meeting place for the international art world. This year it was estimated that over 75,000 international collectors, artists, dealers, curators, critics and art enthusiasts, along with 150 museum and institutional groups from across the globe participated in the show. Next year’s Art Basel Miami Beach show is scheduled to run 12/4/14 thru 12/07/14. Complete show details and attendance information can be found the official Art Basal website at: www.ArtBasel.com.
About Marko Stout
Marko Stout is a popular multimedia artist based out of New York City, best known for his stimulating narratives of contemporary urban society, where subjects often appear in a moderate state of distress, overwhelmed by their modern high-tech uber-paced environment, while still maintaining a chic detached sexy demeanor of a sophisticated twenty-first century city dweller. Marko Stout's works can be viewed at numerous international exhibitions, galleries of fine art, private collections. Marko Stout solo galleries are located in NYC, Chicago, SOBE, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Madrid.
Contact Information: Marko Stout Studio and Galleries NYC, 104 W. 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011 USA phone: +1-212-390-1165 email: firstname.lastname@example.org